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Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: April 25, 1968
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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VOL. S6 IfO 17 TKUBSDAT. APRIL 25. 1968 lUG A TEA i


TAXPAYERS ASK MRS. HAINES APPOINTED TO HEART ASSN. Flagier County SEN. SMATHERS I

PUBLIC HEARINGA Schools Lose VISITS IN BUNNELLUS

letter was read from the Senator George Smath-

Flagier Beach Taxpayer Association C Federal FundsAn ers visited in Flagier County
at the Flagier Beach Monday The senator was accompanied
City Commission meeting official ruling has beenreceived by Mr. J. E. Davisof

Thursday night requesting a from the Departmentof Minn Dixie Food Store.
public hearing regarding the Health, Welfare and Education Jacksonville.After .
hiring of a city policeman. in Washington notifying having lunch with

The request was referred to the nail School Beard friends to ifu Fuwi i tHy made ..
the Police Committee. that local schools are not In a tour of the 8100 acre tract '\

The commission is acceptIng compliance with federal Integration of land recently purchased by '

application for a city laws.Tht' Davis from the Cowan beath-
order stated that Flagier
policeman to fill the vacancy
created by the resignation of schools would not be eligible ers.Davis said he had no plans

policeman John Laing. to receive federal funds for the tract except to grew
In other' business the commission for the next school term. timber. The sHe is located on
: School officials have estimated the west side of Flagier County
that this would mean a
bordering Late Crescent
Granted permission to Mr
and Mrs. Cecil Westbrook. operators loss of $70,000 to $100,000 for Highway 100 and St. Johns
the next school year Park Road.
of the city owned pier -
Federal funds were used In Senator Smathen is retiring
restaurant to serve private MRS. VERNON HAINES and Is past public health of the school
many programs. from the United States Senate
etc in the
parties banquets chairman of Voluala.Flail<< mentionedwere
Specific programs after many years service. He
newly completed pier loungearea APPOINTED HEART
Federation[ of Women's Clubs.
teacher teacher
: aids art is heading the SmathersForPresident -
without additional rent.
ASSN. DIRECTOR She Is representative of the music teacher two remedial slate as a favoriteson
Tabled a request from American Red Cross servicesfor reading teachers school candidate
Grady Prather to park empty American Heart Association servicemen and their families. lunch funds library hooks
There has been considerable
trailers on property at S. Daytona
President Irwin Lelder.M. and WppIt."Ol'8tlonal home aboutSfoR.ater
Ave. and So. 5th Street.A press speculation
D., Beach
Daytona
announces economies and vocational
agriculture SfRathHs being thevicepresldentlal
gifts the American
public hearing was con the of Memorial to
appointment television
educational
nominee ot
ducted. Mrs. Vernon Haines of Flagler Heart Association may
aids and
audio-visual
Granted permission to City be sent care of Mrs. Vernon the Democratic Party.
Beach to the board of directors supplies' and text books.
Librarian Dorothy Homans to memorial Haines, 480 Lambert Avenue,
as gifts
Three members of the
purchase several books amounting chairman. Flag4er Beach. Arknowledge- SCHOOL BOARDREAFPOINTS
to 1507. IVm fW Is sent tine donor and the School Board, superintendentand
Mrs. Haines
has been a resident
attended hearing
attorney a
Agreed to accept applications of Flagier. Beach for 54 family honored to netifietl.PpefesafcMial In Washington on February TEACHERSThe

for lifeguards for duty years and has been active in and Public lat to listen to chargesof School Board held aspecial
7 days a week from 10.6 p. m. many civic( affairs. SHe smes Health Educational Alms and non-compliance with federal meeting Monday to

daily. as second vice president of material may be arranged segregation laws. Board act upon recommendations for
Heard a request from Warren the Flagier Woman's Club through Mrs. Haines. members said at that time reap pointing instructional
.
Walden De)1onaad!. -- they did not expect to receivea personnel<< In the three' schools.At .
HARRISON ELECTED:
to operate a beach float con BUNNCLL KINDERGARTEN favorable ruling. Bunnell High School the

cession. No action was taken. LIONS PRESIDENTJoe REGISTRATION However they had hope following teachers were' reappointed -
The commissioners Instructed Harrison was electedpresident
that the government would on annual contracts
the city attorney to draw up of the Flagier Beach Registration for all children take into consideration the : Nell Douglass, mathematics
an ordinance regulating restrictions Lions Club at a dinner meetIng who will attend Bunnell extensive. progress tttat had ; Jack HaH science
of rental floats and Monday night at Rogers Elcm.n past
surfboard concessions on the Restaurant. Flagier. Beaeh. year will take place May 1st physleal education.!
year, and give them an ex ten-
beach. Other 1988-69 officers elected and 2nd. At Bunnell High. School the
lion of time to accomplish
Appointed Herbert Fuller were: Jack Abbott first Registration will .be betweenthe further of integration. following teachers were appointed
Municipal Judge. The mayor vice president; Cecil West- hours of I;30 and 3.00; p. steps )tans on continuing
Superintendent Coy
declined. Brook Sf'It'ORd'I president; m. at the kindergarten rooms. contracts: Lena M. Barasa.
that the objection
Agreed to a request from Al Zamba. third vice president Parents are reminded hospital mated principal languages; Frances B. Brooks,
of the Is
Claude Yarn of the Northeast: ; Bill Barb secretary; certificates will not be government english and bookeeping; and
Flagier Water Association to Keene Gurnee. treasurer; Willie accepted ONLY OFFICIAL that Flagier operates a dual Mary Gurnee, physical and
meet with FHA officiate. City Harrison Lion Tamer and BIRTH CERTIFICATES are re system, that Is, a totally nonIntegrated biological sciences.At .

Engineer and NFWA officials Walt Eberhardinger. Tall quested.' school at Carver Flagier Beach School
to discuss water rates for the Twister. Carver School kindergarten while Bunnell Elementary has Barbara Hardln was awardedan
area. Elected to the Board of Directors registration will also be Wednesday only token Integration. annual contract

Voted to ask the Board of for two year terms and Thursday, May 1 School Board Attorney At Carver School, annual
County Commissioners to assist were Herbert Fuller and John and 2 In the Carver Kinder Charles Tlndell stated that contracts were offered Herbert

with the city park restoration Seay; and one year terms garten rooms. the School Board has enteredan Blackshear, physical education
project NagI Abraham and Tommy All children are eligible appeal with the federal ; Elsie Chapped, elementary

No action was taken on a Durrance.! who will be five years old on government but school officials ; Mary Hope, home economics -
request to place a billboard The new officers will be Installed or before' December 31, 1908. do not hold much hope ; Mary C. Jennings;
sign at the 1.95 Intersection Monday May 27 at a for a ruling in favor of Flag and Robert Stover, mathe

advertising the "Orange dinner' -mecting at the Bun JOHN H. TAYLOR ier Schools. matlcs. Continuing contracts

Shop. nell Restaurant.It were offered Annie Cromwell,
Voted to conduct the equalization was reported the clubs PASSED AWAYTHURSDAY POLISH SUPPER elementary; Sara Helen Edwards .
of assessments hearIng membership now totals 47. science: and Johnnie
for the N. Central Ave. Thirty-eight! members and PLANNED FORSATURDAY Spearman elementary.It .
Paving project for May 16 at three guests attended.STUDENTS John Henry Taylor 55 Beverly NIGHTThe was reported that twelve

7:30 p. m.TAXPAYERS. Beach, passed away resignations have been turned
ATTEND Thursday, April 18 at Bunnell Korona Club will sponor In by teachers at Bunnell
General Hospital. a Polish Sausage Supper
High School; four at Flagier
CAREER DAY Saturday. April 27 from 6 to
TO Mr. Taylor was born in Beach Elementary and one
Both Junior College and Scotland and moved to Beverly 9 p. m. at the White Eagle at Carver Junior High.
HEAR CANDIDATESThe Bunnell High School students Beach seven years ago at Korona.

Flagier' Beach Taxpayers will attend Agricultural Career from Toronto Canada. He The semi-annual event is open .
Association will meet Day at the University of owned and operated the Beverly to the public and proceedsgo POTATO HARVEST
Florida on Saturday. April 27. Shores Restaurant toward St. Marys Cemetery
Monday, April 29 at 7:30 p. STARTS HEREJ.
The event Is Survivors Include his wife Fund.
m. In the Flagier Beach Municipal planned annually
HaltHarvey to provide insight for Lee'; two sons William and B. Pelliccr and Clifford

Klein Republican students Into the many varied Herbert, both of Ontario Can VFW AUXILIARY Hlgglnbotham were the first

candidate for State Senator fields of major at the College ada.Mass Flagier County farmers to begin
will give a brief talk on the of Agriculture, from was held at 10:00 a. ELECTS OFFICERSThe digging Irish potatoes. It
"affairs of small counties". Agronomy to Zoology, and to m. Monday at St Stephens Auxiliary of Veteransof Is reported the yield Is good
All political candidates are point out the many technical Catholic Church. The Rev. Foreign Wars held election considering adverse weather
Invited and wrlll be alloted fields such as virology, food Father Antonio Leon officiat of officers at the meetingon conditions during the growing

five minutes to present their technology, pathology, genetics ed. Interment was at Espanola April 18th. The following season.

platforms, according to President etc. Cemetery. officers were elected: Prices for beginning shipments
Angus Reynolds.A A barbecue luncheon will Pallbearers were Gene Bowers President Mrs. Jennie are good Red potatoesare
large crowd is expected be served at noon to several Al Zamba, Willie Harri Green; Senior Vice President In good demand at a
and all members are urged to hundred students representing IOn Jimmy Field Lou Well- Mrs. Raymond Smith; Junior high price.
attend, Reynolds said. all areas of Florida. Afterward wood and Ward Martin. Vice President Mrs. Tony The drought has made it
The refreshment committeewill the group will attend Craig Funeral Home was In Panchella; Secretary Mrs. necessary to continuously Irrigate

serve' cake and coffee Florida's annual Orange and charge. Danny Johnston; Treasurer the potato ft lds.

prior to the business meeting. Blue football game, terminating Mrs. William Patrick.
spring practice. TIME CHANGE Conductress and Historian,
Among those attending' will Mrs. Jeff Cockrell; Chaplain TIDE TABLETides

BUNNELL HIGH be Wilson Cow.art, David SUNDAY Mrs. Bernice Barber: Guard For April S.Nar 1 .
Able. John Johnston Dan Daylight saving time goes Mrs. Isabelle Barrow; Patriotic
SCHOOL DRAMATIC Cody. Bobby Robinson Mike into effect Sunday, April 29 Instructor Mrs. Mark Hannah HIGH LOW

WORKSHOPSeveral Robinson and several other at 2:00 a. m EST. Our clocks ; Trustees!' Mrs. Mark Day AJ& PAL AJlL P.M.
high school students. will have to be set ahead Hannah Mrs. J. B. Peillcer 25 7:00 ...7tlt_..12:42.. 12:"
Bunnell' High School Leaders attending will be one hour to comply with the and Mrs. Gene Bowers. 26 .7>3S_ .....:00. ...134 ....134
students will present short Don Jordan County Agent; nationwide changeover. The VFW Auxiliary Install 27 J:12..3:3&.2:00 ....2:00

selections from stories by well Ronnie Cathey, Vocational Daylight saving time remains ed two new members at a 28 ..':U. ....': &... 2:3S _..2:30
known authors Tuesday April Agricultural Teacher; and Til- In effect from the last recent meeting They were 29, .1:2&:41.. .3:12 ...JCO
30 at 8 p. m. In the school man Robinson Sol Conserva Sunday In April until the last Mrs. Mark Hannah and Mrs. 30 .10:00., ..10:18.. ...3:(' ....3:34
auditorium. tion Service. Sunday in October Isabelle- Barrow. .1 10:36 .11:00 ..434. 4:12





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EDITORIAL Ib.U. 49lb.

FLAGLER SCHOOL CRISIS

8IWra1 months ago schools all over Fluids faced a crisis
strike. Flagier County WHpared U. S. D, A Choice "STANDING"
when taadma walked out on a
. tits crisis due to the\eyly of ow t acjM .
l'tew' tact beeauae of the action or tnaettofl' of any particular 79
face belated crisis In Fiagier County Thte
>lads I 9t beard. we a .
crisis .n have much longer tatting rttto than a teacher

strike. S. D. A. CHOICE
Ow Settee Board h*. spent many hews in a number of
......... trying to devise a salary schedule that they believe
...... "live with", 89
the tasfayen can afford and the school, can RIB STEAKS lbM
The average iiMW+ac is more than $1000 per teacher which
Is more than the recent' session of the legislature provided.

Yet we already know that ow salary schedule la anywherefrom Lean Western
I960 to $160 per teacher under the salary schedule of
neighboring counties. '
The Bunnril and Flagler Beach principals have been appointed lb.> 49
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to poaMotta in other counties at Mtarles' at least $2000)
1 It Is known' that principal .
more than they would make In Fla.<<
salaries' In Pienon Crescent City and Hastings are considerably

above BunndL Lean Western "Old Fashioned"
We have heard several people say that salaries are too
high now In comparison with the local economy. This may be SPARE RIBS HOOP CHEESE
true; but. it doe not put us in a favorable position to retain
our better personnel or to induce the more competent teachers
lb.
to come to Flagter. 53e lb. 69C
By this time of the school year moat principal have either
accepted reappointment or have located new posHions. From
Lyke's "Sugar Creek" SMOKED (6-8 lb. Avg.) SLICED FREE
now thru May teachers will be making decisions to accept reappoint -
men t or seek new positions.
During this critical time when we should be getting next <
year's staff settled, we find ourselves' with a county superintendent PICNICS lb. 39Lyke'a
and two principals who plan 'to leave at the end of the
school term. Their responsibilities" are, and should be, to staffing
their new school assignments.To .
add to the confusion, we are in the midst of an electionfor
a new county superintendent. We do not know when he will I FRANKS 12 01. 3ge I
take office or what his policies will be. SUGAR CREEK" Cello Pkg.

The school system will suffer a severe blow as the resultof
the federal government declaring Flagler "out of compli
ance": with integration laws. Whether the amount of money lost "QUALITY" DINNERWARE
next year is $70,000 or $100,000 It is bound to have an adverse Piece OUR VALUE
4 $198
effect on the school program.: Place Setting
Morale is low among students, faculty and parents because CanSHORTENING
of the uncertainties and the adjustments yet to be made to the Bush'a (Limit 5 Please) No. 300
recent integration of Bunnell High School. Recent expressionsof Each '
a local minister could compound this situation. !SRDK BEANS IOC 3 ft'i 29C

Twelve members of the Bunnell faculty and four from Flag
ler Beach have already resigned.The Mueller's ELBOW 8 01. Size Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
School Board is acutely aware of all these problemsand For u
MACARONI
it is not a pleasant task that they have In attempting to 2 25e iii
solve them. It Is our responsibility to support them In a constructive
manner. Duncan Hines 15V oz. Pkg. DELITEBROWNIE

But don't expect miracles. MIX Each
John A. Cleger 29C 0 LEO

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t"'f' FRUIT DRINKS 3 For 89C 111 E.acah Pttie 5 0

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CATFISH
a 1 with $5.00 or more food order 69C
From 6 Until 9 p. m. :\
/ Mr. G. 9 oz. Pkg.

: FRESH PRODUCE Ea
WHITE EAGLE-KORONA FRENCH. FRIES fOe

a Tender YellowSQUASH
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HOMEMADE DESSERTS lb.
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II Advance ticket purchases not nacMsarf but would b* ./ GREEN BEANS '". 19c 2 a 49"Limit

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ft appreciated
IOC 2 with $5.00 or more food orderIII
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P. A. (Zip) Edmonson


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Flagler CountyPaid III I
OPEN SUNDAYS ( Phone 437-3227

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Social Security Briers the rwisidry ffi 16AB Uf. wrist. nwsa A.II4f1U....r.
laser. He wilt have until AaeM Ba4.As4eA Service
sa et aM semwd year alter ........ -. 1.-.
CRAIGoMPETENCE NEWSQ. the year III wtMtI he bceees ....I..U. and selvia grew
a eiergymse' te request es. will n bright, sonny ......
I am a minister who has In shady areas, try eeleus.' be-
never paid social security' on Q. I have been In the ministry alas. aM fer a stiash &ftWr.
my work from the ministry. since 198S. I have net yet a nsassng el N..um
IW: Hew can I begin receiving elected coverage under social bulbs will add contrast
1 emttt!' fee these earnings? security.' May I do so It is much better to give
now? the bed a thorough soaking
I'" A. Under the recent' changes'
n A. Starting with taxable than a light watering
1 ,.. C1 In the social security law every
; .
years ending In 1968 a miniser day. Take care to saturatesoil
::a from the ministryare
earnings
r 7O < will be covered under so- to at least 8 Inches and
uffiU now covered unless you dal security unless he has keep It from drying out to the
c sign a statement that you are been granted an exemption point of wiltApplying
to being covered by
opposed by the Internal Revenue Serv- fertlizer every' four
of conscience or religious
reason
weeks during the active
principle. Ice.These questions and answers growing period at a rate of 1
Q. Under the new law. what are furnished by the to 1H pounds (144 to 2 pints)
date will my earnings as a local social security office. of a complete fertilizer per 100
t __ minister be covered for social 115 N. Ridgewood Avenue square feet of bed area.
security? Daytona Beach Florida. Don't make the mistake of
CHARACTER A. Starting with taxable trying to crow too many
years ending after December: flowers Dr. McElwee: cautions.
1967 your earnings must be WHAT TO A small well-kept flower bed
FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF Is attractive than
reported. always more
PLANT NOW
PUBLIC INSTRUCTION Q. I am a minister who hasbeen several large beds that re
reporting his earnings Don't let he late arrival of quire more time than you can
JAMES O. CRAIGYour from the ministry for several warm weather keep you from give it.
years. What affect will the having a flower garden. By
Tote and support gratefully appreciated changes In the law have on using started plants you can A 70-pound sled dog can
me? have attractive flower beds pull a load almost twice his
Paid Political Adv.ATLANTIC. A. None. The changes haveto and borders before hot weather weight, the National Ceo-
do with ministers who sets In. says Dr. E. W.. graphic says.
have not previously reported
their income from the ministry .
HARDWARE r.r A. Mftdlvt Voice U WISW."..
ahecvfleahav shrd tm hmmm
& SUPPLY CO. INC. Q. I do not want to pay so- HELP ELECT
dal security' on my income
from the ministry. Is there BILL
SEE OUR SUPPLY OF
any way I can keep from reporting -
these earnings?
A. Only If you are opposed CHAPPELLYOUR A
ACME PAINTSMOODY by reason of conscience or religious i rT1
principle to receiving uuCONGRESSMAN4
benefits based
social security
BLVD. FLAGLER BEACH
on your services as a clergy- ; ,
1151;
PHONE 439.2303 man.You must 'die an application _
for exemption with Internal
Revenue' Service.Q. e 12 nits rum uasuraamm .-

Is there a certain form or e III&III.IMSI
RE-ELECT deadline for filing for exemption 5 MUUBU 1II1
from social security.? wucaumtanrotvumuuui
A. Yes there is a form and .&nMIIY a
there is a deadline. The form

OTIS S. HUNTERCOUNTY is IRS Form 4361 and the A PROVE* Rf CGRD Of HIKAnH All SIIYKI
deadline for filing this formis
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Commissioner

OWEN'S ELECTRIC SERVICE


Next to Post Office East Palatka, Florida

SERVING THE PUTNAM, FLAGLER, ST.

JOHNS AREA FOR 23 YEARS IN EXPERT

ELECTRIC MOTOR REPAIR AND PUMP SERV- I APPRECIATE THE OPPORTUNITY TO HAVE SERVED THE

ICE. PEOPLE OF FLAGLER COUNTY AS COUNTY COMMISSIONER

SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY FIELD OR HOUSE- DURING THE PAST TWELVE YEARS.AS .

HOLD PUMPS GRADER MOTORS. .ANY

TYPE OF ELECTRIC PUMP REPAIR, OR MOTOR .
I SEEK RE-ELECTION I EARNESTLY SOLICIT YOUR VOTE
WORK.
AND SUPPORT IN THE DEMOCRATIC PRIMARIES.
"Your Electric Motor Special!*ts"

Only one Phone Number to Remember

PALATKA 325-4430 DAY OR NIGHT

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tIae Mpe el wiattMag friends 4-THE n.A<<.H TB $KC 1'JHfM.' APML .. MIl
attd t* Jf It tine ttltfin -
I Late MIl ill and stone. ear
aurbaa tes, And agiiMses at
hoe mach out stes aM

To Classify scream. -Kill. kill. Mir and In desire to ALL THE PEOPLE of Flagler
I "bur.n, burn, wn". my serve
sy lhtt*.4l Las IMte+ mangers at home feed
the flame of carnage and I will
As w approach another County diligently
riot while our courts givethem
and National
PmMtntial election -
their Messing M they
Conventions are In the
geek to safeguard what they
oftt.... we find ourselves mere

contused selves than and at less any Mire time of our In over term "Civil the Rights"PolHkttl aspirants country. calling gallop Work for County Wide ZoningWe

this country' history.
names and condemning their
Mot American realtae MV.Mea
that our nation .is sick and .In opponents sound or yet sensible none answer to all need such zoning to protect our business i!
need of able forceful leadership our problems. They scream.
but when they consider "Elect me and I will solve !
the list of political aspirantswho every problem and bring the and property interests
seek to lead ua and are
peace you seek and desire in
.
called to cast their vote "
upon record time. But none of them
for a Moses to lead IM out of tell how they to
you propose
the wilderness the situation accomplish.. mighty task. Elect W.
.
looks In the meantime we seem Anthony
WHh a winteM. war to contend to be sinking deeper Into the
with American prestige mire and the silly hope that
throughout' the world at Ms that we will find the answeron
I lowest ebb with the American next election day becomesa
dollar in danger of deflation sorry dream.Everybody "Tony" KahlertFOR
and our moral Ahre so wants" to takeover
weak It .is In shreds the future the government, the cry
doesn't look very prom- today Is for power Black Pow
islne.All. er. Bureaucratic Power. Politleal .
the old values that sustained Power, and to hell with
us over the years seem the country.
to have gone down the drain. Others tell us that what
Crime and Juvenile delinquency we must do to appease our
run rampant, truth is no enemies and agitators is to COUNTY COMMISSIONERDistrict
longer stranger than fiction, It give them what they ask. "We
usually turns out to be fic are a rich nation, give them
tion. We no longer know whoto money, more and more mon No. 3
believe or what to believe. ey, we will buy ourselves out
Democrats Republicansand of trouble."
Independents, find these But this formula has been HE WILL SERVE YOU WELLPaid
labels meaningless as far as tried over and over again at
the welfare of the nation is home and abroad. It doesn't
concerned. The word "Peace" work. You cannot buy either Political Adv.
has I lost its meaning both at love or respect, you only buy
home and abroad. As the Good hate and ill will. Is there a
Book says, "We cry peace, candidate who disagrees with
peace, and there is no peace" this philosophy? If so, vote for I '
While our enemies abroad him. It may be too late but at
live high on the hog with least your vote will have been i tt
money we have sent them In honest
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WILLIAMSDemo.


Candidate for Dist. 13

STATE SENATOR ., ; :

Clay, Flogtcr, Marion. Putnam CountiesI '.1

I have publicly stated that I will work to

secure the best education possible for our a

children within our ability to pay for it. flit M I'1C

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Send a parent who returned to college at

age 36, a cattleman, businessman and ELECTRIC

citrus grower who understands the problemto

be your. IRRIGATION


STATE SENATOR! DOES BEST


Pd. Pol Ad by Committee To Elect: J. II ''Jim Williams Supplying cropland and citrus groves with ...
Slat Senator Chart Joirw,. Treasurer water is simple with an electric-pumped im*
gation system. It's a profit-making productiontool.
Assures high<<-Ievel. htgher-cjuaMy yields.
Conserves water, too. You sprinkle jut the amount
I| SAVEBYMAILI| > you need,where and when needed

Electric motors for year-after-year of dependable per u

EARN formance will give you peace of m+nd. Can be controlled ,'
V F by time-clocks or float-switches to mate irrigation automatic to
ABOVE AVERAGE L 4 -and econoi ical. j'

RETURNSWe See your equipment dealer or contact uc
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Pay Postage Both Ways r .

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CREATES ers and that in obeying the ?mu.. A ML Z$. IMt 5-THE rLAOLUt ""nIHRSate
FIRE lay and driving defensively
HAZARDFlorida's
highway danger can be re-
feUs and foreeM derot
are critically dry tidy stria, KJrIaua concluded by My-
making them a ready target lam "As April ooswa to a
far it**. das we .lau* taw Sudsy
The' dried leave* and .taro call with hopea that drivers
from last year, m fotaartnaltoilighted will aid us in this imsrganey.By %
with huh whseis. a dlsodad helping us they help themselves. cLet
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cigarette, or a bem-
tile+ pile of IMvfM CAM ftIIIMe
a Aw based.Zi.sie .
FLORIDA NOW
ales far h pman.
tint are: TWO PARTY STATE
Yes'or r..W' a Ire enattend- Republican Stale Chairman Begins APRIL 18th thru MAY 4th

ed.Don't William Murftn
today hailed
bath debris on a windy *
tiM record SstfhTMAfcM
of
number *
day and always bum In
can candidates filed for coun

I eted.a Have container adrge.Re that can tools be: cev-aM ty. Mate"tangible and national evidence offteesM that ( Closed all day Monday, April 29th )

I water handy to fight a lire if aTaVrMlv has become A P9ftltwopany
, Mate"Aerording
it gets out of control.'
Check with your local fire to Marlin there
are 17 Republicans running
Marion or county forest ranger
for U. S. CongreM, 98 lor te
on burning regulation
And remember to call you lIMe Home. and 49 far the
fire department or the Florida State Senate In addHfan.Murftn SPRING DRESSES
Forest Service Immediately. If Mid there are mareRepublican

you tee' a AreKIRKMAN. ever before running candidates for Judicial than- & COAT ENSEMBLE ( ( J7 J'

and 1 local county oraee*.
ISSUES Cuing Oft the coueAy
oAces Marlin said. This 1 is '
MAYDAY SOS
BLOUSES Ic c
really where you build the /0
The international distress party on a lasting basis from
code "Mayday" was issued today the bottom up."
to motorists by the Florida Predicting the outcome of LADIES SLIPPERSLADIES tJ J OFF
Highway Patrol for helpIn next November's election.
curbing the rising highway MuHIn said that the Republicans -
death toll. would: Carry the state HATS
Florida. has recorded an 11 for the Republican Presidential
per cent Increase in traffic candidate no matter who
accident deaths 0the he is; win the U. S. Senate
count for the same period last !neat being vacated by George
year. Smathers; Gain at least' 3
Colonel M. X Kirkman. Director seats In the U. S. Congress
of the Department of bringing the GOT total In the
Public Safety said "Motorists state to 6: Approach. an even
must become more aware of spilt In the State House: and
the hazards of driving and the gain control of the State Sen
precautions to be taken to ate. ONE GROUP
avoid common errors' which The State Senate," sM
result In accidents." Marlin, "appears to be one of
The veteran patrol chief the brightest hopes we have.
pointed out that In most accidents With a gain of only 5 seats
there i.* one or more Republican will be organic BlouseONE
violations of law by the driv. Ing. the next Florida. Senate."


ELECT ONE GROUP & ShellsSkirts

LEE JACKSON


County CommissionerDISTRICT 299 each

No. 5

Your vote and support in the May Primaries will

be greatly appreciatedPaid 399 each

Political Adv.

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ALL SUMMER Shorts Blouse Tops
Thursday Thru Saturday 5 till 10 p. m.

Sunday 12 Noon till 10 p. m. Handkerchiefs Baby Clothes Shoes

SPECIAL THIS WEEK L-Z
Caps Gloves

Southern Fried ChickenAll
Pajamas RaincoatsNEXT
You Can Eat $1.50


Roast OystersAll

You Can Eat $3.00


HOMEMADE BISCUITS WITH HONEY


fRESH SEA FOOD FRESH FISH Z

DOOR TO POST OFFICE Bunnell, Florida
T-BONE STEAKS
OPEN 9 a. m. to 6 p. m. Monday thru S.turd.yDROUGHT
South of St Augustine 4 miles on US Hwy. 1

At Moultrie -Sign on right



FLACLTR THIBUKr 11t:RS. APRIL 2S I9M FOUNT CLUBCELBMATIOM BIRTHDAY DATA r MACK KTT .
CANOC TWPFlagler
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Happy bIrthday this week tocalYtn
Beach Methodist
To miERVlT (:OLDS 11. .\NMVERSRYRev. TWay- IA *iIUo Win.Hafcr. Youth Fellowship IIII.ruM
The PutsClufc of Dayton .
Mini Denis Cats.alridayWanner
.... to syomafiiig aSwienmka" M4 their counselor. Bat WaiIMC -
.. K. MetaMa.Saturday .
took a ease trip atTomoka
,
.....,. April
J8 from 1 usrtil 3 p. m. *t the -OrakMste Vafi.Sunday River Saturday.T .
lub haU 306: South Street.i 'lblbeit. Jataoe .w..w. group enjoyed a pfeMte

i Daytona )..... -John ....... ST., )satin and swbn/aat before
Hills Paw returning In the afternoon.Mkg .
Follewiac the tnMIiIIGIIal
dinner a dame start at 4 Ma4ay-Btratta* NoMfost.HaMM the trip wet Can
r P m. wtti ....... and American Maeiaw. MarriH ale, it* )kIe...... Janet Cook.Katfcy .
music furnished by Joe Alfred TVsver. Br.TusedayGerlrvde. Beunie, Beanie Abel,
rban's Orcfeestra Hysfc. Debbie Jehn.on Dale Jafensen.
All friends el tne dub are Adelaide Caine. Harry Striek- PaM MeDaiuel. and Vtekl Perfrit .

invited. land, Judy- Heiman. *




J TO THE PEOPLE OF



FLAGLER COUNTY:
M
t

One of my opponents teems to be creating a lot of confusion and

misunderstanding by telling you that if I am elected we will lose our

state accreditation and wa will lose our state school money.


Either he is grossly misinformed or ha U not telling you the truth.
This is a letter received from the State Department of Educationand

I believe it explains the whole situation:




,
STATE OF FLORIDA
and Mr*. Reynold Hoover

HOOVER'S TOCELEBRATE ten years ago after his retirement of Education
50tJIArnfIVEJtSAliT from active ministry DeparhnT
He has been Pastor of
.
The Rev and Mrs. Reynold the Flagler Beach Methodist %L llt*'KK 3294
N. Hoover. 1620 South Central Church for nine years.
Avenue Flagler Beach They have four children; "IAn>> T. "IIRI.TH
will celebrate their Golden Phyllis Rooney Jacksonville ....re.I.... ..
Wedding anniversary at areception Fla.; Mrs. Carson Balbach,
Saturday afternoon Warren ilL; Mrs. John Mun* April 22, 1968

May 4. from three until six to. Park Forest HI.; and a Mr. Herschel C. King
o'clock at the Flagler Beach son. Reynold L. Hoover, Wind P. O. Box 276
Methodist Church fellowshipHall. sort Conn. They all plan to Bunnell, Florida
attend the celebration with
The Hoovers were married their parents. Dear Mr. King:
May 3. 1918 at Davis Illinois. All friends of the coupleare '
They moved to Flagler BeachPIKULABENNETT Invited to the reception.Mr. Christian.I am replying to your letter of April 22 addressed to Superintendent

and Mrs. Bill Babbitt
and family of Mishawaka, Your questions are essentially as follows:
WEDDING VO'VSEXCHANGED Indiana spent the holiday If a person who does not hold a master's degree in supervision and administration .
weekend at Flagler Beach is elected county superintendent of public instructiona.
visiting with his father Arthur
Babbitt.Mr. How will the state accreditation of the county's
St. Catholic Church
Stephens
schools be affected?
was the scene of the marriage

of Mb Jennie Bennett and and Mrs. Paul Johnson b. Would the county school system lose any state
Joseph Lawrence Pikula and daughter Terry of Re funds
April 14. Father Patrick Shee* nova. Pa. have moved to
dye performed the nuptialmass. Flagler Beach to reside. The State's accreditation of the schools of a county is not based on the

They are temporarily residing educational qualifications of the county superintendent but is determ-
The bride is the daughterof with his brother and ined by the school's compliance with the Accreditation standards for

Mr. and Mrs. James Woodrow sister In taw. Mr. and Mrs. Florida Schools. However, for any school in the county to be accredited
Beach.
Bennett Flagler
Leonard Johnson and family. by the Southern Association of
Mr. Pikula is the son of Mr. Colleges and Secondary Schools,
and Mrs. Joseph Lawrence Pikula. the county superintendent must hold at least a master's degree with
MeKeesport. Pa. Visiting at Flagler Beach a major in supervision and administration.The .
with Mrs. Lillian Padrork are
Given In marriage by her her son In law and daughter. allocation of state funds is based on conditions and criteria estab

father the of bride angel wore skin an empire Mr. and Mrs. Peter O' lished by law, such as average daily attendance of pupils. The accreditation .

with gown a detachable train peau and Brien and children of Detroit status of a school in a county does not affect the distributionof
Michigan.Mrs. State funds
the
a fingertip veil of lace.' Her to county.

bouquet topped a prayer F. M. Townsend and I trust that this discussion answers your specific questions adequately.
book. the gift of the bride.
Mrs. Eloise Morris of Day.
groom. tona Beach visited at Haw

The bride's attendants were Creek Sunday with the Jim Sincerely Yours,
Mrs. Harold Duff matron of Townsends.

honor; Miss Linda Tucker ttlrillfJl' Ps Co/fi/M
cousin of the bride Cawl-' LOCAL AGENT
berry; Mrs Johnny Drew Mi TO ATTEND MEET
ami. r4ter of the bride; and Mrs. Stella Cauley. Bunnell. Consultant, School
Mrs. Stephen J. Michelmn.Naples. Liberty<< National Life Insurance
Law and AdministrationIF
Mrs. Duffs gown was Company Representativehas
empire styled In a shade of qualified to attend the
angel blue satin The other's company's 1968 Torch Club at
gowns, styled similarly, were the Grove Park Inn. Asheville.
in shades of powder pink nile North Carolina May 68.
green and maize. Head I AM ELECTED WE WILL BE STATE AC-
dresses matched the gowns FINESSE CLUB
and each carried a single yellow Two tables were in play
rose. Kathryn Ann Bennett when the Finesse Bridge Club
was flower girl. met Tuesday evening at the CREDITED AND WE WILL NOT LOSE ANY '!,
home of Mrs. Rosely Cameron
Best Harold Duff.
man was N. Moore Sl. Bunnell.
Ushers Jim Wells David
were Mrs. W. W. Deen won first
Vukelja, a cousin of the FUNDS WHATSOEVER.
place honors; and Mrs. JoannCrews
bridegroom and Robert Pikul
second.'
a, the bridegroom's brother.
There was a reception afterward
at the Bunnell Civic HERSCHEL KING
Center. Out of town relatives HOSPITAL NOTES
attending included the bride ADMITTED: Amy Taylor
groom's parents, his brothers Joe ParrIsh, Michele Counts, is
Larry Eddie and Robert, sitters Ruby Durrance, Katherine
Patricia and Lois, and Hollenbach Sandra Abbott. Candidate for
his aunt and uncle Mr. and Sarah Strom Kathy Parrish. Ifou
Mrs. Nicholas Vukelja; and all of Flagler Beach; Pearl -
from the bride's family Mr. Woods. Gamer Sanders. Willie -

and Mrs. Roy Tucker and Cooper Gary Buckles. Superintendent of Public
Mrs. Annie Simmons. Melba Brannam Gladys Bass
Martha Underwood all of
After a wedding trip to New Bunnell; Molly Lane Palat- InstructionPaid
York and Pennsylvania the ka; John Hogan Hastings.
couple will reside at 25CHMiddlehurst DISMISSED: Carrie Alford.

Road TUusville.He John Durrance, Mildred Me Political Adv.6TKE .
works for Southern Bell Gorum. Joe Arnold, III, Catherine .
at Cape Kennedy. Wilson.



GO ON fey, May 1. ?-TIE TzAAt! TBH9WE TIIUI.. AP Mt. 38. M6I

SALE MAY 1c..ty The' laX osiieeMe's. eiire
will s...1n epee 8stvaay.
Flatter Tax CMfceIK Jajr 4 from 88 a. .... waft
Dale B. Brown MM. teday. f:38 p. m. The ..ee I* epee
the a.'D..W. PRICES
MW liess.e QUANTITY
salty MoMtay then PINey
toga will fo on safe We4na- .... METTS
;. from 8 a. m. until ":38 p. RIGHTS GOOD
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RESERVED Thurs., Fri., Sat.

Clerk of the FOR Circuit Court SUPER MARKET April 25, 26, and

Phone 437-3201 27, 1968
103 SOUTH RAILROAD ST.
ELECTShelton

Royal's Florida Grade "A" Limit (2) Please

BarberI Lb.



PLEDGE TO CONDUCT THIS OFFICE IN FRYERS Whole
THE MANNER THAT YOU THE TAXPAYERS
HAVE EVERY REASON TO EXPECT.Paid 27

Political Adv.


Family Pkg. Cut-up Fryers, 5 Ibs. .$1.79
The East Flagler Mosquito Control District,
Board of Commissioners, will accept applicationsfor Armour Star All-Meat Fresh Ground

position of foiling for night '""
operators op- FRANKS Sr 39C BEEF 3' 'I39
eration and limited early morning operation; also
position for shop foreman. Boneless Fresh (Homemade)

Contact for information STEW MEAT lb. 69C Pan SAUSAGE 2 "-99C

Clinton Giddens, 439.2235
Lyman L. Gage, 439-2088

FLAVOR AGED STEAK SALET

Remember Motherwith

Flowers on May 12th BONE STEAK lb. 'I09 RIB STEAK lb. 89C

GROWING PLANTS CORSAGES SIRLOIN STEAK. 99c CHUCK STEAK Lb. 59*

PERMANENT WREATHS and PLANTSBLACK'S CLUB STEAK lb. 99C SHOULDER STEAK" 79C
FLOWER SHOP

111 N. Forsythe Street Ph. 437-3318 ROUND STEAK. 99C CUBE STEAK lb. 99C


t m' Flo-Cane

A Vote for ( Limit 1 with $5.00 or 5 Lb.
37
SUGAR more food order
(Cigarettes Excluded) Bag
JIM WILLIAMSIs

Gt. Size
A Vote For


Law and OrderMY OLD GIANT SIZE 470


OPPOENT IS MISTAKENwhen Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order (Cigarettes Excluded)

he complains to you, the Citizens of FLAG- Shurfine (Tall)
LER COUNTY of a law suit filed by a group of

: I Floridians, including myself, to require the Tax CAN MILK 8 $1
CANS
Assessors of Marion, Bay, Lee and Hillsborough

Counties to V
Limit (8) cans with $5.00 or more food order (Cigarettes Excluded)
SIMPLY OBEY THE LAW-A LAW THAT HAS
BEEN THE LAW FOR SOME 100 YEARS I
Hawaiian Red and Yellow Monogram (L G.) Osage 2t/ Can

MY OPPONENT IS A LAWYERand PUNCH RICE PEACHES
he knows that this has been the law and
46 3 lb.
oz. 2th '
3 $100 393 100
he knows that this suit in no way applied to Cans Bag Cans

FLAGLER COUNTY where the law was already
Eyerfre.h (20 Oz.) Shur6ne 32 Oz.) Showboat (300 Can)
being followed. BREAD MAYONNAISE PORK &: BEANS

DOESN'T HE WANT THE LAW OBEYEDby
the officials of Marion County, when the same 3 Loaves 69c_ Jar qt. 47e 10 Cans 100

law is already being obeyed by FLAGLER

COUNTY Produce Frozen Foods DairyGolden

VOTE FOR A SENATOR WHO STANDS FOR
Yellow Seald Sweet ((6 ox.) Pillsbury (Buttermilk)
LAW AND ORDER BANANAS, Orange Juice, $ 00 BISCUITS I ,
Ib.:............. ..... ge 6 Can :( 4 Cans......_...._ .. 39C
Elect J. H. "Jim" WILLIAMS AS YOUR
U. S. No. 1 IRISH Master Chef Food King
STATE SENATOR
POTATOES, French Fries, OLEO, (qtn.) $
10 lb. Bag 39c 2 lb. Bag__....29C 5 Lb................. JOOTAGS
Pr. for by Commit to Elect Jim Williams State Senator

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,i I' ,>, the Major was assign THVM. AMUL ZV 1'" 8-THC fLAOUCK TTU1OMC
=
About OUfServicemen .t! to Walter Reed General -=- -

U', +pUal, Walter feed Army
M..dlcal ft otit. He SB ... a

first year ....... In sill

phvchlatry. Was the
Mm Thomas. 19 wo ofM The son of Colonel t USA, Airport

** MM Thorn. unnHI. Rrt i Leland B. Shaw of Bnmil. -

was BfoBMNed to Army prt Majsr Shaw la married

vate pay grade E.:2 span ipktlm t 10 the farmer Diane Shaw ofPortland.
t ef taste coaatat train Oregon. They maketh

f C Merck' 2Z at't.. MinimGA 'tr home at MM8 Attlth antAve.

., .. Sttvw 9ata. .. *. Master Plan Utilized

The' promotion WM awarded ( >

two months earlier than .toCBPtQHMfy Hi
under an Army Balky This to Just a short note to
Incenttwe for WI 1M know how touch I enjoy -
prevMinc
outotan Hng trainees The .*. the pap**. The mail ever
here to very hard to get Some to Attract Piper
tAQfl A was based Oft MBXOK
attained during range at the papers are about Ins
weeks oW before I get' them
ftrfeg, high score on the phps-
but I stilt like te read. them
lest combat' prrlddelscy .....
and Itodmip I will be over here untilNov.
bearing
l :' when I will get out of Aircraft?

(e) the Army. I will be getting a

Airman Vint ClaM Jamil 90 day early out. It sure will

M. Brawn, sen of )lr. and )I,.. be good to get Brown who resides en yean. I have been in Vietnam -
Aw' eye
Lemen and Lambert Street, since September. I was
8ttnt ell. to among US Ak at Okinawa for two years before We Need Action NotPlans

Force specialists. sent to the I put in for over here.

ItepttMic of Korea during the I like It over here pretty

U. & forces buildup triggered good that is. if I could step

fey the North Korean crfeta. working for 12 hrs. a day. seven

Airman Brown is a com days a week. I am at DI

rnunk-otkms' equipment" repairman AN. We are not to far from

at Suwon Air Base. Saigon. I will be going up to
Me is a member of the AirFowe LAI KHE the 15th of April for

Communication Servke about two months.. I was up
element that is augmenting there most of the month of VOTE FOR

existing Far East Communl- Jan. It .to about 30 mile' from
catkins Region facilities. In
where I am new.I .
support of Korea's expanded
air defense strength. will stop now because I

Airman Brown i I. permanenty have to go back to work. HARRY ATKINSONFOR

assigned at Clark AS.Philippi. rieae just keep the paper

..... coming it helps me very

The airman a 19&i graduate much.
of Bunnell High School, Jags it. Mint-hew

hat studied at Daytona Beach Editor's Note:

Junior We are pleased to hear our
College.I'e< servicemen enjoy the "news

PROMOTED TO MAJOR from home" and aw always

Jen A. Shaw a resident In happy to receive their letters. County CommissionerDISTRICT

the Department of .uro. I.,

psychiatry at Walter Reed. Army Private Charles R.

General< Hospital, has been Knox 17 son of Mr. and Mrs.

promoted to Major Jessie V. Knox 106 E. HoweSt.

A graduate of the University .. Bunneii completed an ONEPaid

of Oregon and the University eightweek construction! machine .
Political AdvIV
of Oregon Medical operator course March
School Major Shaw enteredthe 16 at Ft. Leonard Wood Mo.

military In 1964. going to He was trained In the op .
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Letterman (General Hospital. era t lon of bulldozer I and = -
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San Francisco <'aUf. to servea learned the techniques of cutting LEGAL .,It' .:IIT''.:".:\T

one year internship ditches and forming Tiit.i ..I-IT.-01 liT.- K\:
After completing/ his intern drainage stems. .!*TII Jl I'M I u. C"!>*. I IT. FELLOW
t1I'uK M.M.I.IH; 41.1 >.
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PIMdtlff
fWiil ON TIMECERTIFICATES ...
MHO H *

501 jPggMITII F: _.-.!. ..l IT SUPPORT ME IN THIS
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M.4...., Avenue, A..rtISB. -

et New York. X 1.
I VOLUSU MINIMUM 13. -90 DAYS .wn PRIMARY ELECTIONON

COUNTY RENEWABLE AUTOMATICALLY YOU ARtHKMK T SOTinKU -
NATIONAL that MI act,", for divorce
hoe been *.*4 MC.l_t you andy
BANK y a re reauirtNl to a copy MAY 7I
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Ph. 677-8217 175 W. Granada C r ir written *>r= If m j.
to H <>\\BINSTBIS.. WBINHH -
Ormond Btach. Florida l) WBWHTBIK.: Attorn***
at I AW. 1* t'or.Iovaetre.t, H.
A........... KlorM attorneyS forPlaintiff. I come to you as a qualified candidate for
sad HI* the orlfliMlwHH County Commissioner of Bunnell for District 5.
-'lIiWii:' _. ,...1 the 1rk of tile .l..w.
irlwl' court m or ...'or. xay 1968 has been a year of changes around the county .
4. IM Khr..'.. m. JorBwiitr
...; ......... ..aln.t row fort in our local government, but the greatest
ilr.o r ltef ............ In the rom- change of all will come when I'm elected your
BUNNELL CUSTOM KITCHENS
iP77NKes My haRd and thMl next County Commissioner.
et ..... Coors on March 21.l1' .
107 N. Bay St. P. O. Box 657
u Ko4si: )I. )lOOY Promises upon promises have been made,
BUNNELL FLORIDA
CfV
A. of MM Court
(1.I 1) many of which have been neglected, while others

FREE ESTIMATESBAR By Urlw: +Kathryn ty Clerk U Bm.r>- were said to have been further studied. We want

FIXTURES BUILT-IN KITCHENS Apr. t. tl. 11. 3$. 4trMtTU action, not promises!

BEAUTY SALON AND BARBER STATIONS LtU". AIe1EteT1nEt/ns T
For 18 years I've been a resident of Florida,
F:
LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING COUNTERS A. provides. I. ."ha".r :e1:1. all of which were spent in Flagler County. There

Office Credenzas and Adjustable Shelving glvm Art of that IMI.the. NotM-r Un+IMr U p.r..owali'roperty hereby fore, 1 speak with experience and insight on many

BATHROOM VANITIES BREAKFAST BARS t..e* a...+..J fur l*<7 iuuea.
.
ere sow .blt11qn.wt and b *ln-
Laminated Plastic Upholstery Fronts ness with Aprtt lt *u tfmwlMt /eter.ot .t !'"% per I'm married and the father of 10 children.
FINE HARDWOODS maMb Hun the" provortlonnl
.oot rf publMkliK ttete n..lMiUltUlM Three are graduates and 7 attending the Public
Most orders filled within 15 working dors. Now Servingall .. the .._I. M-t .>|......... Schools of Flagler County.
rh Mintr below UK paid before
areas In 7$ mil rod of ButuMlL tH* ftr.t doe of ,...,.. w.rfa It t.
win tw lord tbrM directing
I CALL COLLECT Day 437-3513 Night 433-2579 levy upon and tlK H'sane oft Yes you and I have tried the others and we
MttM. >..-&l properly of
EVENING PLANNING ARRANGED .... ,....p,.r 'M ........ t..... can readily see the extent of progress that has
p.nsltiN. and >.**......l ...>.1.. been made in District 5. Now, I'm asking you,
,...
Tb. wsss. of d.linquest
-- -- ....r...... prop..rty tp.rr. and the Citizens of Flagler to witness the greatest
.... sooent of eases >H4 the of all in this
lint _th'. ......tt,. are so fol- change county, by supporting me.

BP loas,'':'. Robert .. .. t :?.Ml
BINGO 8:00 P. M. "'.,..,. ..*r ... ....-...._ .. I Mnoy4 I'm A graduate of Carver Adult Ed. System.
+ o11/M. */ Skrttr 14mummimt
I: a 1. \ O. 1441SUf : I am currently enrolled in the Daytona Beach
rlerida PwVMMT .'0 Ml MHalifax Junior College Evening Classes.
AmiMMMt.* Co I II
FREE REFRESHMENTS Isom r1.s _..._. ._ .. D IIKaes
Trur Slop. MM Vote for Lee Jackson .
TONIGHT (Thursday) .......,..t .......-. .. M MKIM. your County Commissioner
e'. B "'.'.. .' UKaKrfct. of District 5, Bunnell, Florida, on May 7,
C'K' -.:..::: J.l Mt
FLAGLER BEACH RECREATION HALL MlK. John _. HI* 1968.
.. TPUM $M.tln.. MTrtM
-SPONSORED BY- k/cr.AeW T **. .. ZI Tl
....... U. K._......-_ u. U M Your vote will be appreciated.Paid .
Ida T Hafc 1-w.---. 241.Uatr.lk.r.
Disabled American VeteransJim Jerk -::-.:.:... I:(I
.,.... leach HM.t .. u. It ISrKarnwcy
S1.ody-s -. '... Political Adv.LEE JACKSON
Booe Chapter No. 86 HAIJ! tt WHOWX: J't&,
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9GT DAVID HONORED HMO MUGATKS MEET ATTKNM MKCTIMCAT 8-TNt PLAOLZR TMMTNKMMTAL TNORAw APRIL IS lAM

I. S. Air Force Matter Mrs Harry Atkinson was la JACM 0miC: AT7WFEiL CIMMCII MWICAL P1M4MAK

Sergeant Luther M. David Jr.. Miami Sunday to attea4 the MR IN nr M.T Three. will DP a special mel -
of Mr*. l.nlii C ........ Mr. and MM. W. W. DaM
!son Mftaatream Democrats UnpMged Dr. Alam Bsy olds, FlaglarVarh. U program at at. JatMHttaptaw
<>( Flatter Beach .......4 M' Slat meeting at the were in Jacfcaonvlll Thursday, to parrtrtpwtlnir in anInternational Charrh. Sunday April
tonal reeofnitten. thai week Everglades Hotel Mrs. Atkin- and Friday wfcsee he attended Dental Uvturp 2S at 3 p. m The Wright Rtefen -
of the Inland
..< the Outstanding Airman .f sons is a delegate at ...... a aastdng reties at University of Rome. of Miami will sing spiritual
i he Year for taw U. S. Air Mrstkinnon Mid plans Navigation csmmittre.Thursday .... Italy songs.The .
Force Security Service.. were made h1 s. unpledgeddelegates ..snisiK they were Dr. Reynolds was among IS special' program" lapenanced

Sergeant David was an for the campaign guests at a cocktail part at American dentists part tcipat- by the Junsar
honored' guest of the Air Farce: kickoff May n the home of Attorns and inK in the program church according to Rev. M.
Mrs Byron King and .i dinner -
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.\ssociatfton (AFA> at its and
at the San Jose CUUI11rJuh
national convention at Atlanta POMIa tuamtn vmr

t April 25.
Former rtvidents Rev. and
He la. one of 22 men stect-
Mrs. .
Tom Pinner and children Elect
-d for the honor by each major DOUR and Vivian of Miami DISTRIBUTORFor

command and operating spent thi weekend, visiting This Area
within the Air Farce
agency with friends in FlaglrrCount
A* such three OutstandingAii \ Th'-\ stayed at the Reeetftfea Dtp...... Proof

of the Year represented John \
more than 90466 fellow at Flay .I'r &';u-h Fee Bstra 1....
airmen. -- JINw A wan v ...r wt..a ..w-.
The highlight of the con. ,. ...... bo..e. ....-
HASTINGS MATTRESS tt..t 1.15. a .. .v. ,.....I
written for the outstanding Mardi ...... --ln.i .... ..eV
& UPHOLSTRY WORKS tmmtut ,..,., 1 v. ... _r ,....,
airmen wa the annual reception tuws..r ... II". Mart, SheriffAs
and dinner la their 710-12 Lemon St. ...._nr riM __ ....... i..Mas-
Palatka Florida .......... ....tmt. tI. &Me ......
honor attended by many of a..n.tra.)...p-
Phone EA 5.9166 Stab. tar MM .Mlr* AU
the Air Force's top tea dor*. _.. _....... fr ..4 M t ... Sheriff I shall make effort to
Each the 22-year old as, ruraiturt. UpholUrlng .I.. ......... cur .. titiM a**,*. your every
year Repaired & RcfiaUhsd t.... .p tM ...,- WtH .. .MarS..ab win the cooperation of the youth of Flagler County -
delation honors top airmen ..-a' braa. .. ..n..sta. .
Mattresses & Box Springs .. as ..swat. ... bau.ss wrY.oil } win their friendship and assist in instilling in
for outstanding qualities ofimprovement .. ... .......I c.a.r IV
and contribu Made to Order. Also Renovated ....... ...... u4...... them the ideals of good citizenship and a hilhre.rd
.. l.. lions to their military and Call Laura Morris 437-3233 A..- ,. DIM to a ..eliteI tfutrtb- your
After 1:00 P. .....tp I..Metn M .......
M
knowledge leadership self Iar.i.f ......... N to ItM.NI f.c I believe our efforts spent in these activitieswill
civilian& communities. PRICES REASONABLE ..at5 K --. M..4. .a ...
be wasted. It appreciationof
...... not promotes an
Sergeant David Is assignedas BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED INVESTMENT OF Ml N CP TO law enforcement in the youth of today who
Jl
a communications superintendent Jest as near as TOOT M.IM.M IS anti aw. Ata., aclad
ha.,. will become the adults of tomorrow.
sir M4 4 M p*'*
at Kelly AFB Tex. Phone or Post Office w..k. If ,.. ... .*......U4 .Mal
His father. Luther M. David Drop Us a Card or Call =,.I:-Min a. ru.tr.w.wu t b..Il..AFM.t v... a I shall continue to maintain a clean and honest .

Sr. resides at 162 W. Dixie. Free Pickup & Delivery ... -' ..a5 .m....... campaign, and I thank you for your consideration
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b..t.w ., fait ..a .. *rib Myl
Marietta. Ga. ....> I....... ..... KMBWr .. in the Democratic Primary.
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WTTHSTAND TUOSUCOU 1N
',i MKKo. Y nOM.JXTn1fAnOMAL Respectfully,

WALT roaro.TaL&-T.ON.nOM WALTON JOHNSTON

Iut&taM.YI..wt Pel. Political Adv.
EBERHARDINGERFor uI/1


SHERIFF of -


FLAGLER COUNTY

IN THE PRIMARY ELECTION .--
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Over '14 Year of Law EnforcementIN t .
tr e i ?
FLACLER COUNTY ,-r T;. z.1

THANKS Ton Youn CONSIOIIIIATlL'. 1
t'-ttd t'ulilital AUV

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t $1699 $2099 "


"LET GEORGE DO IT"




MY PLATFORM IS MY RECORD OF PERFORMANCE -

OF THE OFFICE DUTIES NOT

PROMISES OR THOUGHTS OF DOING BET-

TER. I AM PROUD OF MY RECORD. LOOK IT

OVER, WONT YOU? VOTE TO RE-ELECT

FOR CONTINUED COURTEOUS, EFFICIENT

SERVICE
$2349 $2254


GEORGE M. MOODYYOUR I



CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT




.wBli rTrll ] ir.rT TT


DUANE DEENFOR .

SUPERINTENDENT OF

PUBLIC INSTRUCTION $2179 $2499


'

TRAINED IN BUSINESS Every man has his price.

ADMINISTRATION AND SCHOOL

EDUCATION
TheM ors ours. W/ sedans (even the 65 hp fastback

And you don't have to ftgurs out how and Squarsbock) get up to 27 mile to a

EXPERIENCED IN BUSINESS much the extras will odd.to the pries of gadpn."' Even the biggstt VW, our be i/

the Volkswagen you buy. W. olrsody station wagon,pets up to 23.
AND EDUCATIONYour f0ursd them in. They oil take oil by the pint. '(yen the

By building them In. sxpsnsivS'tooking Karmann GhiaJ
be
will appreciatedPaid
vote and support Things like hsatsr/dsfrostsrt, windAnd never cost you a cent' for oar", ;.

shield washtrs and odj ttoWs bucket freeze bscauss VW trvgms ors air

Political Adv. rats ors port of the car.You con'.own a coolsd.

aooooooogeooocoosoooFlagler VW without owning them too. Things But if you still don't cars to s.4l out so

Kks whrftwoHs ors extra, as you might ch.op..h.r.1s one way to raise the price

sxptct.But ws tell you that in the *J of .a Volkswogsn. Get o svnreef. With

County Insurance VeArwegsn won't only cost you less lh. beet! ,Fastback or Sqvarsboek.

to drive out in.Ir'll cost you less to drive (for no money at oK, of course, you ,

orewM iA. con corns in and MS them off in person.) I

Agency Inc.
.

All Forms of Insurance PalatkaBoyer IS!>


305 East Moody Blvd. -:- Phone 437-3171 Volkswagon
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Bunnellt Florida 32010 111 S. Highway No. 19 a.r.S .

LIFE FIRE AUTO-CASUALTY-BONDS
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MHJOfiflTED HETAU PRICE EAST oo.urr P a K.. UJCAl T\\tM AND OTHER DBALBn DBt.1V
CRT CIIARQEd. IT ANT ADDITIONAL. WHITEWALUB OITIOHAL AT KXTHA COMT'f



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Ida, tfcte Itth *ay ol AjrM. X D.

LOUIS M. STEFLIK ........ (.LU" t I RTFLAALMI s C;a1 ..Jr.. COWAIIeT .

t H'smr. t"L4HtHl'H.. ill ....-. et .
T K. HcKMIONT t4kaFUAOUBR et 1 i
HA ROW KBruiMiirf. t.o ..
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QUALIFIED EXPERIENCEDA U N OODT. Clank I
KRKUtB. .art of OWN*? Cmi 11eN
D..M.t.urrlr
i of Ft****? c.-tr.
K UK 'HHMirfH aAbq'lWE LK

." is KOBSSSo MM r orvifo, IT.-.Aovl *s. I'M .
I. r A. *. Mwr-
native of Flagler County. Age 36. /trt'* Aster cw Mr. *i>*x L
u.Mr .... br v/rte ..* a writ
of .*.**.... h.,....,... loan** CLASSIFIEDBATE
0t .f llM .1Nt.. ..tKed .*-ft
Attended public schools Flagler County. Grad- l.i th. above .tr'" ...-. have
lovtett >o*
4c word. Mlnimamcharg
.ti,. .: J."Ir:1 t= per
uate Bunnell High School. wlt In :Flatter Countr. FtorMa. to- per lane SUXX

Lola I awl I. Work f"
Town of BtiMotl. per irecorded SEPTIC TAKE cleaning; drain

1 t Veteran of Korean 1950-1952. Page ?, In pubHe FUt record.r-I.. fields Installed; Rou-Botcr

Flatter Coontr. rWrMa.A snail shell Reasonable prices..
tb. ..roprtr .f tbo above Call George Juosz.: 437-3410
Honor Graduate of Florida. BSA and named Der.ndant..nd that on "
University the Mth dar of Mar !>,.. *.. 8-l.1t
tween tho ....1 boun of .. ..
MSA degrees. ntmetr. eleven .'......k In the TROPIC BREEZE NURSERY-
forenoon and two .'dork In the
.It.r.._.. on aid day at the Let us help beautify FlaglerCounty.
front door of th. hurt II..... Large variety of ever-
two children Martin 6 4. In : Flacler Countr. **lor-
Married Holly Ida. inllil offer for aal. and greens palms hedge plants.
ell to th. bliheat bidder for 34 miles S of Bunnell on
ra.h. In hand. the above dorrlood *.
U. S. 1. Feb. 15-tfe
Member Church. propertr. a* tho property -
Episcopal of said Defendant to pattafy -
MM .... ..... FOR SALE. Rent or uue2 -
/f4/ I' A. Bdmonaon
bedroom Florida
A. Bdmonaon. Kh rlff. room
Engaged in farming business. naclvr (ountr.. KI rM. beach house with carport Ph.
/HInland n. thaw. 437-3472. Mar. 7-TFC
IJ6LASI a KHAWAltornvr

Active in business and civic organizations. r () HOIHunnU 19.for Plaintiff Lots For Sale-110 ft front

fords *2.10 age on John Anderson Hwy.
fie ,.
Apr U. Mar l-
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by 330 ft deep. Over 40 fruit

LEGAL ADTERTISBIIBXTi trees per lot. Phone 439-2013

after 6 m.
niK "IH"II'1' ('DI 11T or p.
FiELFCTSTEFL1KCOUNTY KI.Af.LKH r.U rTY. KLOKIIIilHAKUITTK Apr. 4. 11. 18, 25. 4tc
.. ._ ".. ISf
UAVHKNUllahitlff TROPIC BREEZE NURSERY Is
flltAlSOtJU
authorized Flagler County

-.. Dealer for Sunniland Fertili
I.HFIO\ OILINOEltICaf.Jalan4
zero We stock a complete line
\lT5l E TO bF:rI.1l for Visit
any purpose. our
Tilt: HTATK or FUIKIMX TO'
LOUIS M. LAhur OIUISf1tJU nursery and see what Sunni

!% ChrChattanooga.)Kry.tal.f.l ,. $.l"t land can do for you. On U. S.

Trnn*... 1 South. Apr. 4, 4tc
You are her*by not 104 that -
awl h.* bwn ffU4 a aln.t you HELP WANTED: Applicationsare
In th* above entitled t+utv; a4
you .... h.reby req-ulrrd to tEa now being taken until
rout anawrr with th* 'lark of May 2 for full time City Po-
thin t'ourt. and to .*rr. a copy
COMMISSIONERDISTRICT thiTMif UIMMI lh. plaintiff or Herman. Applications and
I.Ia/ntlrr..tt.tn.. ,. wri*** n.....- qualifications obtainable at
end ad.li... la
HARUKH J U'KB. II Flagler Beach City Hall.
!M North 1UtI..._. A\.nll4' 4-ll-3tc
...,I ona ....rh. IllsWt
NO. 1 m.t Utrr than Mar **. A. D.

!**.. NEED $2.000 .?
If do Mfault By working
Paid Political Adv.Why w III CU..J4I: !: a nM ao..l you forth just part time with us, hours
rllff dfrnandW .
In tit Mil
.. at your own convenience you
>f <- "i| llnt Th iwitur of
...Id ...it blnv for ftr_. can earn $2.000 and more In
WITVICtl my hand and ..al Income! :No
..r aoM hurt th. nth dar of extra experienceneeded.
April A n. IMUHliKOK <. For complete details
M M/MlT
i1rlc of ...W t''rCOUIt.un write Rawleigh FLD-3GO-737
.I ttIIria I ...I. Memphis, Tt.'nn.I.25.1tc
Ity Kathryn U &m. r
|if.uir (,.,k
HOUSE FOR RENT 3 bed-
tlm. C -
Apr 21. Mar I. t. 1
are you paying \ n T I 1' t: rooms, tiled bath and garage.
Notlrr I. hereby .1\'CP8 that Completely re-decorated inside .
|>ur.unt to motion ditlr MMM!*.
rondd and carried by inBitard and outside. Flagler
of County ,*.otlWlM..n. Beach. Ph. 430-2038. Seen by
higher ? of Kinder County. Florida at
tax
property a Ki rUI Mtlnc of paid Hoard appointment only. Apr. 25, 2tc
knit on the Uth day of April.
A II "". ln.prtora and Cl.rk. FOR RENT2 bedroom furnished
of rack Kl.vtlon Olatrlrt or prrtnrl .-

((1)I ) J. H. (Jim ) WILLIAMS Senate Candidate wr.In appointed ria.lr "ount and,.. florid toting ocean. house.Ideal for 2 couple.blocks $65.00 from

\\cf .
t> or polling plar* for ach
Kkrtton Hit rlrt or lrrlnrt In per month. Phone 439-2496.

and my opponent, says "Protect our Property"and dul."tfOd PlaUr Countr.for th Florida. Plrat .ITI-.,. Apr. 25. 1-p

"Property Owners must not be faced witha Tu.marr.....'Klrtlon. lh Tth to of b*".Sold,.. A.on It. GARAGE SALE-On Saturday

U., the aald Hoard of County morning April 27 from 10-1

tax rise every session of the Legislature." Comm/.lon.r.. lit: having of .'..I.r appointed Courtly. o'clock at the home of Viola

th* named pvrauna a* Tonkin. Venlve Park. 111 Palmetto .
ln.pr and having dvalcnatvd thefollowing Ave. will be a garage

((2)) J. H. (Jim ) Williams SUED in 1966 to plafr. for said voting t&rrtlonV or: polling sale. A new recliner' a maple

r...._. ... dinnette suite, dresses 14%
FORCE RAISE t. In the County Commla* size cooking utensils glassware .
tax to
your assessor your property .lunrra Room In n....., County
.'DUn hou... liunnvll. norlda. silver plus odds and
and HOMESTEAD assessment to 100: Near Wood.. ......11. Harrow. ends. Apr. 25 itp.OPPORTUNITY .
Myra Wadtworth. ltal.. llu.kl.*.
Innperton. U...*." ltodr.
VALUATION. Clerk TO OWN
reeee..t %.. a beautiful Console Piano will
Vot In KU...' II.."" R*<,.- rewrite
lion Center. flaunt Itoach. on small payments for
Florida. party with good credit Will
HOW NOW advoate TAX Mildred ft Marveant. Irn.
my opponent can "...mo..*. Matin Kelly.. E.t"'., transfer and guarantee. Write

RELIEF when ON RECORD he SUED to RAISE lleydt. .,.. .lerkn lnai>eeton. ; Catherine Ellis Music Co. Panama City,
..*..._. .. X Fla. 32401. Apr. 25. Itc.

YOUR property and homestead assessment Creek Vote, In hailer Community County Hill.Florida.Haw FOR SALE-2 bedroom 1
Taudy 11u"' ..... lUrbara Oody.
bath CBS house
Ma ".".r. Inapertora. (Jor', with carport.
.. Turker. Clerk Landscaped with fenced
amazes me. ......... %.. S..% yardin
Vote In Churrh Hall. .,.... Bunnell. Ph. 4373138.
Flakier County Florida. Apr. 25, Itp
Antonnett Novak 0.",,"
Elect a man who has ALWAYS advocated TAX Trancyncer.. France WoatherUatcn. SPINET PIANO-Wanted responslble -
Inspector: HopMe *mllelfkl. -
'lark.roe. party to assume
RELIEF for property owners. ..-. Xo. 4 small
monthly
payments on
Vot. In ft. Jhna Park Oom.munltr .
Hall Ht. Jehna I'ark. Spinet piano. May be seen lo
Flag)., County norlda. cally. Write Credit Mgr. Pool
lorla tthamblen.. Mary Hard-
/.c. Joan H'rpor. ln.pe.t.n. Music Co. 325 Riverside Dr..

ELECTLEWIS Alleen llardlnr. Clerk.lrlot >.. 4-A. Holly Hill na.3:>>17. 4-25-ltc

Vt In Maaonle hall BynneM. NEED $ .000? By working
DINKINSYOUR na..., ('... .. ....r...... just part time with hours
Amoretl Well. J..... fJ,..... us.
25." *'*? l.-P.
Hpu.'Y. tlrk.IVeeUet.. a can earn $2,000 and more la

Vote la ('ow.1alty 1.eU. B.- extra I income. No experience
STATE SENATORA P* ol., Flails CovMr. fVrtd*. needed. For complete details
parr It *,wll...4: rMK*
n. Hlrarhl. ,Mail* BMeU. lnp write Rawleigh FLD-3GO-737.
1.fk.et.ra. Maulao N. M
......... ..
who understands .t :\ 8.fc
working man working people \ote In J....... .......... A1Af
H...."' .r. Wart......... ". .Ma. HA1RCRAFTthrow
lntlla L. ._.
Democrat Dist. 13 r C 4Hn... Belva .,. -Bra lbariactet**. lak I...'tl that lair away-
....-t.,.. Coley **"* * C ..rk.. awiteh* r..y TalU. S.

fd. PoL Adv. by Campaign Titos. Lnris Dinkins ......t)order Co. .iMlaa4o of .the.,. Hoard ef rTa.*-f eooiMoca.to Hie. far ...._....*
.., County. Florida at tho J.peMr I'. O BOX Sill
!1.1 >ting ..f aaid Hoard at DAYTONA DEA" lt. FLORY!'''







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